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Charter Boat - Supanova II | Published by: Lyle Stantiford | Skipper of: Supanova II

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Lyle Stantiford

Boat Details

TypeBWSeaCat 11m Catamaran
PowerNanni Diesel 2 x 200hp
LicenceMCA 60 miles
Pax12 + Crew

Skipper Details

SkipperLyle Stantiford
Address36 Goldcroft Avenue
TownWeymouth
County Dorset
Post CodeDT4 0ET
Phone01305 773093
Mobile07976 876667
Website
About Supanova II   'Blog' Last Updated 29th Jan 2017 at 8:47 pm

DIARY NOW OPEN FOR 2017 FOR WEYMOUTH & CHANNEL ISLANDS BE QUICK TO AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT.

BW Seacat S.P.E.E.D 11, the latest in the catamaran market, built in 2013 she is maintained impeccably and looks like new. Powered by 2x200hp Nani engines giving a cruising speed of 16knts. This makes the distant wrecks and Channel Islands in easy reach! Island wheelhouse offers 105 feet of fishable gunwhale space. Fitted with state of the art Navigation equipment for safety and fish finding.

Wreck, Reef, Banks, Shambles, Channel Islands, Multi day trips from Weymouth, species hunts, Competitions, Specialist small groups, Beginners more than welcome, Bass, Bream, Cod, Plaice, Rays, Congers, Tope, Turbot, Brill

Licensed for 12 + 2 crew, fish 10-12 with complete comfort.

Facilities: WC for all to use, Oven, Red Hot Kettle for your tea and coffee, insulated fish hold for those multiple day trips, heated wheelhouse. Skipper more than happy to gut or fillet fish you wish to take for the table regardless of whether I have a crew or not.

SUPANOVA II IS NOW SPONSORED BY TACKLE GIANT SNOWBEE WE HAVE A VAST ARRAY OF THEIR EQUIPMENT ON BOARD SO IF YOU FANCY A GO JUST ASK ON YOUR NEXT TRIP!

Nothing is too much trouble on board Supanova, if you have no gear, NO PROBLEM. Never been fishing before, NO PROBLEM. It is my aim to offer everybody who steps foot on board Supanova the best day possible. You can expect as much complimentary tea and coffee as you can handle and a good laugh to boot and with a bit of luck a few nice fish for the table. All enquiries are welcome please do not hesitate to contact me by any means.

First and formost I am an angler so hopefully I am in a good position to understand anglers needs, the ultimate buzz i get from this job is to see you all catching, i am not the type to hang around if things don't work.

 **** VOUCHERS FOR TRIPS ARE AVAILABLE FOR THE ULTIMATE BIRTHDAY OR CHRISTMAS PRESENT ****
PLEASE CONTACT FOR MORE DETAILS  

***** WE NOW HAVE THE TIDES DIARY FOR 2017 NOW OPEN BE QUICK TO AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT ****

 About the Skipper:

Lyle is a born and bred local lad, been fishing the waters around Weymouth and Portland since the tender age of 5 years old and since then has developed into a well respected young skipper in the port. On leaving school at 16 Lyle joined as crew aboard the famous Weymouth charter boat Tiger Lily skippered by the legendary Chris Caines and over the next two and a half years gained masses of experience from Chris and at the age of 17 Lyle became the youngest skipper in the country and from gaining further experience running boats such as Tiger Lily, Lone Shark, Channel Chieftain, Flamer and Revolution and small stints as a commercial fisherman on various vessels in the port he decided in 2009 to take the leap and purchase his own boat for charter angling now with the massive investment into his brand new vessel you can now see that Lyle is in it for the long run! In his spare time you just can't keep him away from boats as Lyle is an active volunteer on Weymouth Lifeboat Crew.

 

Blog image  The Supanova Charters fleet has expanded with the purchase of 'Meerkat'.
Meerkat will operate all year round and be skippered by local lad and Weymouth's newest, upcoming skipper and angling fanatic Ryan Casey. Meerkat is a near identical boat to Supanova II, unrivalled catamaran stability, good turn of speed and all the mod cons and comfort you should come to expect from a modern sport angling boat.

If you need a trip that will require two (or more) boats then look no further.

For a trip with Weymouth's future check out the Meerkat page within deepsea or drop Ryan a line. 07776182782 ryancasey1(at)hotmail.com


 

  Skippers Blog

 

Blog image  Happy New Year to you all and Tight Lines for 2017

A quick note to wish all our customers old and new a very Happy New Year and a massive thank you for your support throughout 2016.

It was a bit of a funny year at times but it gave us the opportunity to try some different things, some of which were very successful and we look forward to developing in 2017.

To those of you that have booked already for 2017 thanks very much, for those that haven't take a look at the calendar and see what takes your fancy. If there is nothing there that suits your diary or takes your fancy then please get in touch and we will see what we can do.

Throughout Jan, Feb and March we will be offering a bit of a fun competition for the BIGGEST POLLACK. £2 in the pot per angler for the period and biggest Pollack over the three months will take the money simples!! It's optional to enter but will make for a bit of fun!

There are still a couple of spaces on the Supanova & Meerkat specimen league and a chance to win £1000 cash. Check out the calendar for more info or drop me a line.

2016 fish of the year has to be Steve Juggins' New British Record Undulate Ray of 22b 13oz, well done Steve!!!

Any enquiries are welcome please call/text 07976876667 gufferslim(at)hotmail.co.uk

Tight Lines,

Lyle


 Jan' 15

Some cracking weather in January! Ok so we had some rubbish weather too but on one day in January, Mid Channel, flat seas, Sunshine and on deck in a T-shirt. Some great fishing both inshore and offshore. Bring on Feb!! Good catches of Pollack Mid Channel with more than the odd Big Ling. Inshore has seen great run of Blondes, Spurs, Hounds and Big whiting with the odd Cod thrown in. Trips with spaces in February 17. Wrecking: 9th, 12th, 13th, 20th, 27th, 28th Inshore: 5th

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Nice Big Ling for Tony! Check out the weather!!

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Les Displays the stamp of Pollack around at the moment

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Nice Spurdog around 15lb

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John Crotty the Shark man with a January Blonde about 16lb

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Young Shay assisted by Willy had a great day on his first ever trip. Opened his account with the humble dogfish and finished up with a couple of nice Blondes!!

 2017 Pollack season set to flourish

A couple of trips in late December on beautiful days out to mid channel produced some great sport on the Pollack. All onboard getting amongst fish each day. No real monsters yet but they will still be to come as the weeks tick on. Check out the Calendar for up coming spaces after the Pollack.

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Best one in December was this one of around 14lb

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Father and son duo Shane and Dan display a lovely brace of winter Pollack. As you can see from Shane's face Dan showed him how to do it on his first ever trip out.

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Ray Crowe from High Wycombe got amongst them on the sidewinders.

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Robin from Devon with a nice double for tea.

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As ever yours truly will always fillet up your fish ready for the plate or freezer.

 Winter fishing with summer species!

With the settled weather continuing and the still very warm water temperature the species we would normally expect to be long gone still continue to feature along with winter species such as the Whiting.

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A Clonking early winter Bream from Phil Rogers from Bristol

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A 10lb Turbot for Phil Calver from Essex

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An early morning squid for Sparrow from Swanage

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Local angler Rob Burgin with nice Bass

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Dave Edwards managed this lovely Bass on a bait intended for Rays right at the end of the day. Fair play to Dave, shortly after this pic he released her to fight another day.

 Inshore Wrecks produce all summer

With the mainstay of the last few years the plaice not making an appearance this year we were left to try different things. The inshore wrecks have fished fantastically for me this year on the anchor. Big Bream on the squid baits, Cracking Bass and Pollack on the live Mackerel and stick a big bait down and always some hungry congers that want to play.

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Robin Lane from Leamington Angling Club with near 80lb Conger from an inshore wreck.

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Steve Perkins was on fire with the live Mackerel

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One Mackerel left in the bin and boom! Bass on for Ray Crowe from High Wycombe

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This Young Man showed the old boys how to catch a Black Bream or two close to the wreck.

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4lb 4oz Bream from Late Sept. The Breaming has got better and better.

 Variety is the spice of Life

Some cracking species from Weymouth this year

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Steve Cowl with Probably the prettiest fish in our waters. A specimen Tub Gurnard

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Steve Dixon from Guildford with the best Blonde from Supanova so far this year. 28b 8oz

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Phil Rogers with a beauty of a Red Gurnard just under 2lb

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Andy Haydon likes a Tope or two, was hard going until the Mackerel arrived.

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Mike Knight had a lovely surprise when this cracking Cod snaffled his Squid bait intended for Bream.

 The Shambles has still got it

Some fantastic Shambles fishing this year, the best days for numbers I have ever had. Countless days of over 30 fish boated. Granted the average size is small with high numbers of fish returned but this can only be a good sign for the future. Here are a few of the better ones.

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Hugh the knee fixer with a cracking early season Shambles Turbot

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Titch the Turbot Tickler with a 11lber

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Dave Potts 14lb Turbot

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Phil Reed with A 'flaming June' Shambles Turbot

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A late summer 9lb Brill

 Alderney May 16 Big Flats

Alderney has been tough at times this year but there is still some superb fishing to be had there as you can see below. Please get in touch for space to Alderney/Guernsey 2017 07976876667 gufferslim(at)hotmail.co.uk

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Ian Green from Aylesbury with a beautiful chunky Brill

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Derbs had this one while we were on a tiny little bank hardly fished 16lb

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Shortly followed by this cracker from Mervyn Bishop form Cheltenham

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Paul and chums had the best trip we had over in 2015, guess what in 2016 they did it again!!

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Paul Morton with his first ever double

 Alderney May 16 Big Flats

 Posted by: Lyle Stantiford

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Max the flatty specialist set the boys under way!

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Paul Morton again from Yeovil with his second double! This one was returned to fight another day.

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Big Phil from Oxford with a 16lber

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Alan Lane with the best Brill of the year just over 10lb

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Ian Davidson from Southampton with another double figure Turbot which again was returned.